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ESG704 Dissertation Part A and ESG705 Dissertation Part B together require the completion of a major piece of independent research work, suitable for candidates seeking further entry to Higher Degree Research (such as Ed.D. or PhD). Candidates are required to work with a supervisor to plan and implement a research study or theoretical enquiry and write a 12,000 to 15,000 word dissertation. High level academic skills are required. The topic may be closely related to the student`s professional practice. To complete and submit the full dissertation, candidates must enrol in both ESG704 and ESG705 over two or more semesters.
|Unit name||Dissertation Part B|
|College/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Education
|Coordinator||Doctor Bill Baker|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- demonstrate specialist knowledge on a selected topic through the completion of a major independent research task.
- analyse a range of appropriate literature to identify an issue and articulate a valid research question.
- develop and implement a methodology appropriate to the research question.
- communicate findings and implications.
- present a research dissertation in an appropriate format for external examination, including use of academic language, correct citation and referencing conventions.
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